Australia’s Element 25 announced Monday that its feasibility study has been accepted by US automaker General Motors, meeting a condition of the definitive agreement the companies signed in June.
Through the agreement, E25 will supply up to 32,500 tonnes/year of battery-grade high-purity manganese sulphate monohydrate (HPMSM) to GM, bolstering its EV battery efforts.
E25 will also receive an AUD 128 million ($85m) loan from GM, which is earmarked for the con…
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